We took the Ioniq 5 up to Palm Beach Island for the day. She got a lot of looks from the local elite.
Here is her side profile.
Another look at the Hyundai Ioniq 5 from the side
The Hyundai Ioniq 5's rear view.
The Kia EV6 is a very sharp car as well.
Here is the Kia EV6 from the front.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 cockpit has a very Star Trek-style, roomy feel.
Whereas the Kia EV6 is sporty, but note the big center console.
Here's a closeup of the Kia EV6 cockpit.
The Kia EV6's environmental controls are on a touchscreen with virtual buttons.
On the highway with the Hyundai Ioniq.
The left part of the Ioniq 5's driver information screen is displaying a rearview camera in the left lane showing approaching traffic.
Here it is for the right lane.
The heads-up display shows a lot of information to the driver.
The driver information screen shows a great deal more information, including the position of other vehicles on the road and blind-spot warnings.
Here is more information about vehicles in the lanes.
Bluelink has its own navigation system if you aren't using CarPlay or Android Auto.
While we drove the car mainly in Dark Mode, there is also a Light Mode.
Here's a closeup of the Bluelink menu system.
Using the Ioniq 5's backup cameras.
Here's how the 360-degree camera system works.
Charging up the Ioniq 5.
At under 55 percent charge we saw above-230-kW speeds, which is very fast.
Eventually, it leveled off to 155-kW speeds, which are still quite impressive.
There are only four Ioniq 5 cars to buy within 250 miles of my home ZIP code.
I found one Kia EV6 AWD GT-Line. The dealer wanted $20,000 over invoice.